Supercomputers – Fun With Justin Mon, 03 May 2021 10:07:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Supercomputers – Fun With Justin 32 32 Humanitarian work at Los Alamos laboratory is more important | Letters to the Editor Mon, 03 May 2021 03:00:00 +0000

For example, Thom Mason, director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, admits (“Mason: Nuclear Work Remains Core of the LANL Mission,” April 30) that LANL’s primary mission is the design and construction of nuclear weapons. He goes on to say that LANL’s other projects, presumably those that benefit humanity, would not be feasible without technological miracles like supercomputers associated with weapons.

Wouldn’t it be a more efficient use of resources to work directly on projects that benefit humanity and allow the spinoffs of that work to be applied to weapons of mass destruction?

To my surprise, I recently discovered that a popular grocery store no longer sanitizes shopping carts. Rather than just wondering if this decision makes sense, I think a retail grocery store that prides itself on healthy choices would care more about the citizens of the community who keep them at the top of the sales heaps.

On its website under the COVID-19 update, the company touts the many things it does to protect us all, explaining that it “tries to do what is right”. And now, when I left, I noticed that some shopping carts were being cleaned in another store. I believe in what I see, not what I hear. At that point, my future purchasing decisions were made.

The coronavirus pandemic has once again reminded people that the disease knows no borders. International cooperation, combined with a united fight against COVID-19, is the only way to prevent and control epidemics. The Taiwanese model of preventing the COVID-19 epidemic has gained wide recognition around the world, enabling proactive assistance from Taiwan to other countries.

Locally, a donation of 130,000 surgical masks was provided to the University of New Mexico hospital by the Taiwanese private sector. This is in addition to the Taiwanese government’s donation of 60,000 surgical masks and 5,000 N95 masks to the state of New Mexico.

In fact, New Mexico is one of the main forces supporting the relationship between the United States and Taiwan. Thus, Taiwan calls on its international friends, such as the people of New Mexico, to call attention to the exclusion of Taiwan and to strongly support Taiwan’s participation in the global health network and its new contributions in the era. post-pandemic.

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This is in response to the article (“St. Michael’s Alumni Say Staff Abused Them,” April 20). I attended the old St. Michael’s High School from 1945-1957. Brother Abdon and Brother Andrew taught me in high school.

I lived just around the corner from the school. I spent many hours there after school. St. Michael’s was also a boarding school, so there were a lot of boarders there all the time. Everyone knew that the Christian Brothers were strict and would apply rigorous discipline. I have always considered the Christian Brothers as my father, because my father died before I started school. I am grateful to them for giving me my Catholic foundation.

If only we had them now, our city and state would be a better place. These two defendants lived for a long time in the retirement home on the campus. It is sad that the men charged with the accusations waited for the death of the brothers to accuse them. They cannot defend themselves. I know a lot of the Santa Fe men they taught would stand up for their kindness and decency.

Want to save 50% on heating / cooling? Anyone living in public housing or working for the government should have locked thermostats set to 70 degrees for the winter and 74 degrees for the summer.

A friend who works for the government says she wears her winter clothes in the summer and her summer clothes in the winter.

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NIWA Expands Data Science Capabilities Mon, 03 May 2021 01:21:00 +0000

NIWA Expands Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Capabilities with Global Recruitment Campaign for Eight New Data Scientists.

The new specialist staff will help meet the growing demand for advanced digital technologies that will be integrated into the organization’s core sciences, products and services.

NIWA Chief Technology and Innovation Officer Warrick Johnston says NIWA aims to build the largest and best-resourced dedicated data science team in New Zealand.

“This team will enable NIWA to deliver data science as a service to its researchers through out-of-the-box tools, as well as undertake complex machine learning, artificial intelligence and vision activities. by computer for external customers. The innovations will take full advantage of NIWA’s supercomputing facilities. “

NIWA Director of Data Science and Computing Dr Kameron Christopher says expanding data science capacity makes a lot of sense for NIWA and the broader research and business sectors in New Zealand.

“We are seeing an acceleration in demand from staff and external clients, and NIWA is in the prime position to lead, given the vast scale of our data collection systems, our leading scientific expertise in our basic sciences and our intensive computing power. The initiative will put NIWA at the forefront of data science technology in New Zealand. “

NIWA Chief Research Officer Dr Rob Murdoch says there is limitless potential in applying science to the organization’s environmental research arms on freshwater, sea and climate .

“Data science will change the way we do research in the future. New technologies allow our scientists to collect huge sets of data that can now be analyzed using AI and machine learning at unprecedented speeds and detail. It is revolutionizing the kind of science we can do to solve problems like adapting to climate change, improving water quality, and managing our fisheries.

NIWA has been a leader in adopting technologies that advance its scientific capabilities and is home to Aotearoa’s largest high-performance computing facility in New Zealand. This has enabled revolutionary contributions to understanding the global climate system and the processes involved in some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges.

Dr Murdoch says NIWA’s investment in high-performance computing means that data science has huge potential for use in a range of industries, including primary production where many businesses depend on weather conditions.

“Data science is also likely to play an increasingly important role in helping New Zealand become carbon neutral and adapt to our climate change.”

Dr Christopher says improving capabilities in areas such as computer vision will be of huge benefit to NIWA. “Machine learning techniques will dramatically speed up processes such as biosecurity and biodiversity monitoring.

Computer vision is already being used to identify invasive weeds, and there are test projects to determine kelp density, shellfish identification and river flow monitoring. It could also help the fishing industry to adopt camera-based systems for species and size identification.

Machine learning is also widely used in NIWA’s climate science to improve forecasting capabilities and has been key to the sophisticated high-resolution forecasting provided to Emirates Team New Zealand for its successful America’s Cup defense.

Dr Christopher says companies demand more data-driven decision making that can be integrated into their own processes, such as supply chains.

“They are wondering how weather and climate might affect assets and supply chains, and this is where we can help them. One example is working with the finance and insurance industries to better meet their climate-related financial disclosure needs and understand long-term risks and impacts. . “

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Technological ideas have spiritual consequences Sun, 02 May 2021 06:35:20 +0000

This column is part of our ongoing opinion piece on faith, called Living our faith. Get weekly project summaries delivered to your inbox by subscribing to Newsletter Living our faith.

Richard Weaver, the political philosopher, once wrote that “ideas have consequences”. And this is a tale.

In June 2001, 20 years ago, a friend of mine and his wife attended a meeting in Washington, DC. It was sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. It was co-sponsored by the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The theme was “High Computing and Human Effort”. My friend attended on behalf of the Apostolic Nunciature, the Vatican Embassy in the United States.

He then called the meeting “useful” for two reasons. The first was the meeting’s rich discussion on supercomputers, artificial intelligence and other new technologies. A conference focused on the computer modeling of the physical universe. Another, the ecosystem. Others, social and economic outcomes and biological life processes.

The second reason the meeting was useful, or at least informative, was its weak discussion of what human effort has been. There was little attention to what the human being could mean or imply. Little has been focused on how and why new technological tools might undermine human identity. The agenda was loaded with science, its possibilities and business implications. It was extremely thin on ethics and religion. God was not among the guests. A harmless speech by a retired cleric focused on “the influence of high performance computing on cherished beliefs.”

There is a lesson in my friend’s experience that has stuck with me over the years. Americans, at least until recently, have never shared the European curse of political extremism rooted in utopian fantasies. In America, as Alexis de Tocqueville observed, religion has served as a bridle in the mouth of democracy. We value ideas like liberty, law and individual rights. But we are a pragmatic people. We revere our tools. We make tools to solve practical problems and we get great results. It is one of our strengths. We are skeptical of ideologies. We have so far resisted shoving life into any straitjacket of elitist theory. But our strength, our pragmatism, is also our Achilles heel.

My dictionary defines the word tool in some interesting ways. A tool is “an instrument like a hammer, used or worked by hand”. A tool is “a means to an end”. And – more sardonically – a tool is “someone who is used or manipulated by another; a dupe. Humans have been making tools for a very long time. It’s a skill that sets us apart as a species. We think of creatures. We use our brains to expand our physical capacities. Our ideas give birth to tools.

Language itself is a tool. It allows us to understand each other. It also greatly increases our ability to observe, reflect and communicate our experiences of the world. The Roman alphabet has only 26 letters. But we combine these phonetic symbols in millions of ways to express every nuance of pain, joy, love, culture, and genius.

Our talent with tools makes science and technology possible. Science is simply a method of acquiring knowledge about the world. This is what the original Latin word means: Scientia means knowledge. And technology is the application of science to solving real problems like landing on Mars or moving a ton of bricks. The word technology comes from the greek words techne, which stands for craftsmanship or skill, and Tekton, which means carpenter or builder. Simply put, science and technology are the language that shapes the modern world. And only a very stupid person would deny that scientific advancements in medicine, energy, communications, commerce, transportation, and education have greatly improved our lives in countless ways.

And yet, Isaac Asimov, the great biochemist and author of prophetic science fiction, warned that “science acquires knowledge faster than mankind acquires wisdom.” Which is bad news, because while the tendency to forget our limits as creatures is not new in human history, the cost of our forgetting has increased dramatically. We already have the power to turn into radioactive vapor. Very soon we will have the skills to reprogram who we are at the genetic level. We are the first generation in history to have the capacity to change what it means to be human on a biological level. And that power comes exactly when we seem least willing to think morally and modestly about our own power.

To a man with a hammer, every problem looks like a nail. It’s an old saying. But this is where we are today as developed societies: science is reshaping our morality and social thinking, while a truly sane culture would have the opposite. Human beings use tools, but by using them our tools use us and also change us. They shape our choices and channel our perceptions. They change the way we think, what we think about and the way we live our lives. However, not all human problems can be solved with a hammer. And not all human needs or desires can be met by the tools of science or technology, as both lack the vocabulary to respect, or even understand, those qualities of the human being that are most important. unique and most valuable, and cannot be measured materially. .

The fatal flaw of our modern idolatry of science is that the scientistic idea of ​​man is both too big and too small. We are less than gods but more than intelligent apes. And the glory that God intends for each of us can only be found in one way, through one man.

It should be remembered that Joseph, the husband of Mary and keeper of Jesus, was a Tekton; a carpenter and builder. Just like Jesus himself. Jesus would have known, from an early age, the sensation of sweat, stone and wood, the prick of shards in his hands and the satisfaction of shaping the raw material for human needs. He would have learned from Joseph a real skill in his work and a respect for the ingenuity of his craft. But he would also have learned the right place of his work and his tools in a truly human life; a life shaped by prayer, study in the synagogue, love for family and people, and respect for the Torah, the word of God. He would also have understood the treasure of silence, and the Scriptures tell us that Jesus sought him.

But that’s not where we’re headed in 2021. Americans love their tools. Tools are ideas made tangible and usable; ideas instrumentalised. Considering our character as a nation, it’s no surprise that the most popular media coverage of advanced technologies like artificial intelligence is positive. Tech news has the sunny quality of well-crafted advertising – which is exactly what it is, as tech society, by its nature, is constantly restless and dissatisfied with limitations of all kinds.

We are sold a bright future with recreation, community, family time, travel, robot servants, and comfortable working from home. Some will come true. Much of it will have the same vaporous unreality as the wasting state in Marxist fantasies. But what is sure to come true is a massive increase in the ingenuity of warfare, surveillance, invasion of privacy, social conditioning, censorship, and genetic experimentation. Because it’s already happening.

Where we can really go is outlined in “The Great Decoupling”, a chapter of Homo Deus (“Man-God”), a book by successful Israeli historian and philosopher Yuval Noah Harari. According to Harari, “Liberals support free markets and democratic elections because they believe that every human being is a unique individual, whose free choices are the ultimate source of authority. But in the decades to come, the logic of our scientific progress will tend to undermine the very beliefs that triggered that progress. “Liberal habits such as democratic elections,” Harari writes, “will become obsolete, as Google will be able to represent even my own political views better than I do.”

At first listen, Harari’s views can easily seem extreme and extravagant. But we laugh at our expense. There is a reason why the New York Times Headed a story about Harari: “Tech CEOs are in love with their main evildoer” and why the titans of the industry follow Harari’s thought with keen interest. And it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see where that could lead if only a fraction of it happened.

Here is the moral of these observations. Next time we hear someone teaching us about “the proper place of science” when it comes to conflicts over bioethics, genetics, big data, and other sensitive issues of human behavior and science. dignity, we would do well to examine who – or what – shaped his ideas and where the ideas lead. Ideas have consequences. When following science, it’s good to first ask yourself where it’s heading, how, and why. As the Scripture says: “I have set before you life and death, the blessing and the curse; therefore choose the life that you and your descendants will live ”(Deuteronomy 30:19). We are the subjects, not the objects, of God’s creation. But, of course, we have to believe that and act on it, and then work for our culture to do the same.

Charles J. Chaput, Order of Capuchin Friars Minor, is Archbishop Emeritus of Philadelphia. This column is an adapted excerpt from his new book, “Things Worth Dying: Thoughts on a Life Worth Living”.

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Berkeley Co. students honored for winning seats at international science fair | Newspaper Sat, 01 May 2021 03:00:00 +0000

MARTINSBURG – Two women scientists from Berkeley County schools were honored at Monday night’s board of education meeting for their impressive work in the field that earned them a spot at the international science fair.

Bronte Stump and Spring Mills High freshman Makaylee Haynes both presented their plans during the meeting and were presented to the board.

In addition to his place at the international fair, Stump also received the US Air Force Award of Excellence and the Most Outstanding Exhibit Award in Computer Science, Engineering, Physics or Chemistry from the Yale Science & Engineering Association. . It all came from his impressive work with supercomputers, going into everything with the simple question of whether a supercomputer could be created for less than $ 1000.

Stump explained in a video showcasing his experience that supercomputers run faster than a regular computer but also cost a lot more because they run multiple computers at the same time. Using a Raspberry Pi base, Stump was able to create a supercomputer for just under $ 750.

Haynes’ experiment examined the shape of paper planes, leading to the hypothesis that a fighter design – one with wider wings – would go beyond the traditional design. Ultimately, his hypothesis was supported by significant statistical data.

“I know I speak on behalf of teachers, administrators and schools when I say congratulations to these students,” said Maranda Ralph, secondary education specialist. “The schools of Berkeley County are extremely proud of these two fantastic young scientists.”

Welcomed by applause from the board and those in attendance, Board Chairman Dr Darin Gilpin congratulated the two scientists on their work.

“It’s very impressive, both,” he said.

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CIBC Innovation Banking provides funding to CollegeNET, Inc. Fri, 30 Apr 2021 19:00:00 +0000

CHICAGO, April 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CIBC Innovation Banking today announced that it has extended $ 12.5 million credit facility to CollegeNET, Inc., a software provider to colleges and universities. The credit facility will be used to further develop the business of CollegeNET.

CollegeNET, Inc. designs and builds on-demand Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) technologies used by colleges and universities for event and academic planning, recruitment and admissions management, AI / supercomputer video interview and electronic delivery of academic records.

“Based on our new patented StandOut technology, we can now extend video interviewing via AI / supercomputing to thousands of applicants while offering the real candidate to employers and universities,” said James wolfston, CEO and Founder of CollegeNET. “CIBC’s funding will help us accelerate our ambitions for growth.”

CIBC’s innovation team specializes in the delivery of banking services, including financing to start-ups and start-ups.

“We are pleased to have been chosen by CollegeNet for their funding needs,” said Jeremy epstein, Managing Director and Market Leader, CIBC US Innovation Banking. “Our team recognizes the evolution of the college application and interview process and we are delighted to provide this funding to support the future growth of CollegeNET.

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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United and Arsenal’s chances of winning Europa League Fri, 30 Apr 2021 16:30:00 +0000

Manchester United have at least one foot in the Europa League final after hitting Roma six times on Thursday night.

With a place in next month’s centerpiece in Gdansk, United are firmly in the driver’s seat ahead of next week’s comeback.

Portuguese playmaker Bruno Fernandes put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side in front in ten minutes at Old Trafford.

But the hosts were forced to work for an eye-catching victory that bolstered their hopes of securing a first trophy under Solskjaer this season.

Roma initially fought back to lead 2-1 at half-time thanks to goals from captain Lorenzo Pellegrini and ex-Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko, the first of those strikes coming from the penalty spot.

However, it was one-way traffic on the restart as Edinson Cavani scored twice ahead of other goals from Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba and Mason Greenwood.

In the other semi-final clash, Spain’s Villarreal side resisted Arsenal’s return to lead 2-1 ahead of their second leg at Emirates Stadium.

But what are United’s chances of winning the competition next month?

According to famous supercomputer FiveThirtyEight, such a landslide victory for Solskjaer’s team last night means they now have more than a 99% chance of reaching the final in Poland.

The probability that United will win the Europa League is 62%.

In contrast, injured semi-final opponents Roma had less than a 1% chance of being able to reverse their last four clashes and ultimately lift the trophy at Gdansk Stadium on May 26.

As it stands, Villarreal is rated at 62% for hitting the centerpiece – and 22% for hitting it squarely.

Offered hope by a penalty from the late Nicolas Pepe, Arsenal is third favorite for the additional competition.

Indeed, the supercomputer gives them a 38% chance of joining Premier League rival United in Poland – but they only have a 15% chance of standing out from the other three clubs involved.

How does the supercomputer work?

FiveThirtyEight uses SPI rankings, which have an offensive and defensive component to determine which team will win a specific match.

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Open-source GPU technology for supercomputers Thu, 29 Apr 2021 20:21:49 +0000

PICTURE: Vladimir Stegailov, professor at HSE University After

Credit: Vladimir Stegailov

Researchers at the HSE International Laboratory for Atomistic Modeling and Multiscale Analysis at HSE, JIHT RAS and MIPT compared the performance of popular molecular modeling programs on GPU accelerators produced by AMD and Nvidia. In an article published by the International review of high performance computing applications, researchers ported LAMMPS to the new open-source GPU technology, AMD HIP, for the first time.

Researchers took an in-depth look at the performance of three molecular modeling programs – LAMMPS, Gromacs, and OpenMM – on Nvidia and AMD GPU accelerators with comparable peak parameters. For the tests, they used the model of ApoA1 (Apolipoprotein A1) – apolipoprotein in blood plasma, the main protein that carries “good cholesterol”. They found that the performance of search calculations is influenced not only by hardware parameters, but also by the software environment. It has been found that inefficient performance of AMD drivers under complicated compute kernel parallel launch scenarios can cause significant delays. Open source solutions always have their drawbacks.

In the recently published article, researchers were the first to port LAMMPS to a new open-source GPU technology, AMD HIP. This developing technology looks very promising as it allows efficient use of code both on Nvidia accelerators and on new AMD GPUs. The developed LAMMPS modification has been released in open source and is available in the official repository: users all over the world can use it to speed up their calculations.

“We have thoroughly analyzed and compared the GPU accelerator memory subsystems of the Nvidia Volta and AMD Vega20 architectures. I found a difference in the parallel launch logic of GPU cores and demonstrated it by viewing the program profiles. The memory bandwidth and latencies of the different levels of GPU memory hierarchy as well as the efficient parallel execution of GPU cores – all of these aspects have a major impact on the actual performance of GPU programs, ” said Vsevolod Nikolskiy, PhD student at HSE University. and one of the authors of the article.

The authors of the article argue that the participation in the technology race of contemporary microelectronics giants demonstrates a clear trend towards a greater variety of GPU acceleration technologies.

“On the one hand, this fact is positive for end users, as it stimulates competition, increasing efficiency and lowering the cost of supercomputers. On the other hand, it will be even more difficult to develop effective programs due to the need to take into account the availability of several types of GPU architectures and programming technologies ”, commented Vladimir Stegailov, professor at the HSE University. “Even supporting program portability for regular processors on different architectures (x86, Arm, POWER) is often complicated. The portability of programs between different GPU platforms is a much more complicated issue. The open-source paradigm removes many barriers and helps software developers of large and complicated supercomputers.

In 2020, the graphics accelerator market experienced a growing deficit. Popular areas of their use are well known: cryptocurrency mining and machine learning tasks. At the same time, scientific research also requires GPU accelerators for the mathematical modeling of new biological materials and molecules.

“Creating powerful supercomputers and developing fast and efficient programs is how the tools are prepared to solve the most complex global challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Computational tools for molecular modeling are now used around the world to research ways to combat the virus, ”said Nikolay Kondratyuk, researcher at HSE University and one of the authors of the article.

The most important programs for mathematical modeling are developed by international teams and researchers from dozens of establishments. The development is carried out in the open-source paradigm and under free licenses. Competition from two contemporary microelectronics giants, Nvidia and AMD, has led to the emergence of a new open-source infrastructure for programming GPU accelerators, AMD ROCm. The open-source nature of this platform gives hope for maximum portability of the codes developed with its use, to supercomputers of various types. Such an AMD strategy is different from the approach of Nvidia, whose CUDA technology is a closed standard.

It didn’t take long to see the response from the college community. Plans for the biggest new supercomputers based on AMD GPU accelerators are nearing completion. The Lumi in Finland with 0.5 performance exaFLOPS (which is similar to the performance of 1,500,000 laptops!) Is under construction. This year, a more powerful supercomputer, Frontier, is expected in the United States (1.5 exaFLOPS), and in 2023 – an even more powerful El Capitan (2 exaFLOPS) is expected.


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HPE to build supercomputer with 100,000 AMD Zen 3 cores Thu, 29 Apr 2021 18:44:21 +0000

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced this week that it has received an order to build a new supercomputer for Singapore’s National Supercomputing Center (NSCC). The new system is powered by AMD’s Epyc ‘Milan’ processors as well as Nvidia’s A100 compute GPUs; it is eight times more powerful than its predecessor.

NSCC’s supercomputer uses HPE’s liquid-cooled Cray EX architecture and will be one of the first systems in the world based on AMD’s 3rd generation Epyc “ Milan ” processors based on the Zen 3 microarchitecture (approximately 100,000 cores in total) as well as 352 of Nvidia GPU’s A100 calculations.

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AMD EPYC Milan processors with 100,000 cores and 352 NVIDIA A100 GPUs power 10 PFLOP supercomputers in Singapore Thu, 29 Apr 2021 07:17:24 +0000

Singapore’s National Supercomputing Center has announced that it will use AMD’s EPYC Milan and NVIDIA’s A100 GPUs to power their next 10 PFLOP supercomputers.

Singapore NSCC supercomputer powered by 100,000 AMD EPYC Milan processor cores and NVIDIA A100 GPUs will be packed with 10 PFLOPs of computing power!

The supercomputer will be used by the National Supercomputing Center (NSCC) for research institutes, government agencies and businesses, reports The Register. The supercomputer received a $ 200 million investment directly from the Singapore government (March 2019).

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The next-generation national supercomputer for Singapore will be a hot-water-cooled green system – one of the first known deployments of such a system in a tropical environment. When operational, the supercomputer is expected to deliver a total of 10 PFLOPS of raw computing power and is eight times more powerful than the current ASPIRE1 supercomputer.

ASPIRE1, which went live in 2016, is running near full capacity to support local advanced search that requires high-end computing resources. The new system is the first in a series of supercomputers that will be phased in by 2025 to expand and upgrade Singapore’s high performance computing (HPC) capabilities for the research community here.

The new system, which will be 8 times faster than NSCC’s existing pool of HPC resources, will expand and augment ongoing research efforts by enabling tools such as artificial intelligence (AI) and deep machine learning. optimize modeling, simulation and even software simulation for quantum. computing.

via NSCC

The Supercomputer itself will be based on the latest CPU / GPU architectures from NVIDIA and AMD. It will be based on the HPE Cray EX product line and will feature a total of 900 compute nodes. The exact system has over 100,000 cores based on AMD’s Zen 3 core architecture. It includes the AMD EPYC 7003 “Milan” line of server processors that feature up to 64 cores and clock speeds up to nearly 3.70 GHz.

NSCC’s supercomputer will also ship 352 NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs which add an additional quarter of a million GPU cores to the system. We know that the Tensor A100 offers maximum computing power of 19.5 TFLOP, so the system gets at least 6.8 PFLOP of computing power from GPUs alone, while the rest of the 3.2 PFLOPs from computing power is driven by the AMD 3rd Gen EPYC Milan Fries. The supercomputer will also include several 100 Gbit / s links in order to be able to work with SingAREN-Lightwave Internet Exchange of the Singapore Advanced Research and Education Network.

There is no official name for the supercomputer yet, but it is expected to be commissioned and operational in early 2022.

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Cloud Supercomputing Market Outlook 2021 Forecast to 2027 and Analysis by Major Key Players Thu, 29 Apr 2021 07:04:36 +0000

Market Research Intellect has released a detailed report on the Global Market Research Cloud Supercomputing 2020 report with opportunities and strategies to drive growth – COVID-19 Impact and recovery. For customers who want to explore new market avenues, gain insight detailed on the market products, maximize their revenue and review the strategies implemented by the major market players.

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The coronavirus pandemic disrupted market dynamics as it placed restrictions on the opening of offices and manufacturing plants. This, in turn, persuaded employees to work from home and interrupted the production of goods around the world. In addition, it had widened the gap between supply and demand due to the restriction of business in the world. However, it has created lucrative opportunities for key players in some regions.

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